I went on two occasions with my grandchildren, ages 5 & 6. The fun started when we parked the car and looked over at the exterior of the building. Crayon characters are depicted in almost "life-like" images--painting the building, hanging wrappers on a line from a window, etc. Inside there are many different activities that engage on many levels. We particularly enjoyed drawing on computer screens and having our original art digitally displayed in an underwater scene on the wall, making funny body contortions that were mirrored by digital crayon characters, creating a coloring page of US! The grandkids loved creating their personalized crayons and markers, finding their way through the giant play towers, painting with melted crayons, and--yes--even sitting quietly to color. Crayola has truly created a gem of an experience for families. There is even interesting history of Crayola for we adults who enjoy that sort of thing. The only downside was that in the middle of the day the noise level gets to a high pitch, with over-stimulated, shrieking children everywhere. I recommend either getting there at opening or coming in the afternoon and being last to leave. I also recommend going to the gift shop and letting your child fill a metal crayon box with their own choice of colors--that's a great souvenir of the day!
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